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Cohiba Esplendidos

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

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Review #104: This cigar is a legend that in my opinion doesn't deserve its reputation as being one of the best "big smokes". There are just so many better cigars out their ie: Partagas Lusitanias, R&J churchill, HOYO DBL corona ect... It is a great cigar but not worth its price tag and undeserving of its reputation. - Submitted by seand on December 20, 2006

Review #103: A little dissapointed with this one, I had heard so much about this cigar that I guess I let myself expect too much. The flavour was incredibly smooth, but almost a little boring. I much prefer something along the lines of a Partagas Lusitania, which other reviewers here have stated aswell. I think Castro's fave cigar is just a bit overrated... - Submitted by canadave on December 13, 2006

Review #102: The wrapper was smooth and almost completely free of visible veins on the surface, which is coloured with a golden-tan shade and a slightly darker bunching of filler leaves at the foot of the cigar. Clipping the opposite end revealed the same familiar pattern of “bunched” filler leaves at the head with immediately revealed the same honey-like, manure aroma of fine quality Cuban tobacco. Drawing through the cigar before lighting it produced a delightful flavour of creamy, rich tobacco with a barely detectable hint of spice. After evenly heating the foot of the cigar, I placed it in between my lips to savour that first draw of toasted tobacco … no bitterness, no bite … just a smooth, creamy flavour reminiscent of the Cohiba blend. For such a young cigar, I expected a slight bitterness at the start; however, from the first to the last draw, I found nothing but pleasant, rich flavors with subtle complexities as the flavors shifted ever so slightly from buttery to almost sweet, bringing back memories of the butter-cream icing spice cakes my mother used to bake for my birthday each year. The cigar burned perfectly with a wonderful draw, producing mouthful after mouthful of soft, balanced flavors. The dark gray ash was highlighted with pale white streaks, as the first fragment dropped off after about two to three inches. Although the underlying creamy flavors continued to develop throughout the entire cigar, subtle flavour changes became apparent at every inch or two. Toasted tobacco flavors and a mild nuttiness appeared and disappeared as the smoke entered my mouth and left through my nostrils.. I fully understand how the Cohiba Esplendido is one of the most sought after cigars in the world. As delightful as this cigar was at such an early age, I can only imagine how sublime it will be after several years of aging. If you have never tried one of these fabulous cigars, I encourage you to try one when the opportunity arises. You will not be disappointed when you smoke one of these - Submitted by the godfather on November 13, 2006

Review #101: Sat in the easy chair on my anniversary last night and enjoyed an example from 2002. As always, this cigar never disappoints. Intoxicating honeyed flavors. Grassy, woody, nutty--they're all in there. This cigar is a winner. Expensive yes, but many of the finer things in life are. Another box enroute for the "special occasions" throughout the year! - Submitted by Shooter on November 6, 2006

Review #100: Smoked this cigar over the weekend and it went down a treat. I'd call it a perfect cigar for after dinner with a nice malt. A variety of tastes and a silky smoke, which makes this perfect for a starter. However, not the best i've had and if your after a proper full-bodied cigar i'd go for the Partagas Lusitanias, which is a personal favourite of mine. Che would be mildly pleased with the esplendidos, but there are better Cohiba's to choose from. - Submitted by El Che on October 4, 2006

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